16-23 August 2002
The case of Pumperninks of Piccadilly Limited v Land Securities plc and others is relevant. In the Pumperninks case, the Court of Appeal held that a landlord can reconstruct premises held by a tenant, even where the premises comprised in the holding do not include any structural parts.The premises in ...
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